Musica FEUropa 5 invites choirs to sing-off

"MUSICA FEUropa," the annual Far Eastern University (FEU) and European Union (EU) choral competition is now accepting entries for its fifth season. The choral tilt will be held on May 24 and 25 at the FEU Auditorium in Manila.

Interested choral groups may join any of two categories. The high school choir category is open to secondary level school choral groups and has a top prize of P25,000 while the open choir category accommodates college, university, church, corporate, government and other adult choirs and features a grand prize of 1,000 euros.

Musica FEUROPA promotes both Filipino and European musical composers and prepares Philippine-based choirs for competitions in Europe. It is held in May to celebrate the European Union Month in the Philippines as well as the Filipinas Heritage Month.

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